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  • equatorial guinea: oil wealth squandered and stolen | human

    Equatorial Guinea: Oil Wealth Squandered and Stolen | Human

    Equatorial Guinea, a small central African nation of around 1 million people, took in approximately US$45 billion in oil revenues between 2000 and 2013, catapulting it from one of the world’s ...

  • equatorial guinea | the oil & gas year

    Equatorial Guinea | The Oil & Gas Year

    Equatorial Guinea is among the largest oil producers in Africa, with an output of 280,000 bopd in 2016. Oil and gas exports have been central to the country’s growth and are expected to continue driving the economy going forward as it diversifies along the oil and gas value chain.

  • list of companies of equatorial guinea

    List of companies of Equatorial Guinea

    As of 2004, Equatorial Guinea is the third-largest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its oil production has risen to 360,000 barrels per day (57,000 m 3 /d), up from 220,000 only two years earlier. Forestry, farming, and fishing are also major components of GDP. Subsistence farming predominates.

  • equatorial guinea

    Equatorial Guinea

    Equatorial Guinea is a member of the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa . Equatorial Guinea tried to be validated as an Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)–compliant country, working toward transparency in reporting of oil revenues and prudent use of natural resource wealth. The country obtained ...

  • equatorial guinea crude oil production | 2019 | data | chart

    Equatorial Guinea Crude Oil Production | 2019 | Data | Chart

    Crude Oil Production in Equatorial Guinea remained unchanged at 146 BBL/D/1K in June from 146 BBL/D/1K in May of 2019. Crude Oil Production in Equatorial Guinea averaged 212.21 BBL/D/1K from 1994 until 2019, reaching an all time high of 393 BBL/D/1K in December of 2004 and a record low of 2.60 BBL/D/1K in February of 1994.

  • equatorial guinea joins opec | oilprice.com

    Equatorial Guinea Joins OPEC | OilPrice.com

    Irina is a writer for Oilprice.com with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry. Equatorial Guinea has become the 14th member of OPEC on the day the cartel announced a nine ...

  • oil & gas projects in equatorial guinea

    Oil & Gas Projects in Equatorial Guinea

    Noble Energy has made a new discovery in Block 1 offshore Equatorial Guinea, with the U.S. company expecting to produce new oil by tapping into existing infrastructure by October. The Aseng 6P well wa...

  • shell and equatorial guinea to explore new projects | africa

    Shell and Equatorial Guinea to Explore New Projects | Africa

    Its effort to expand its gas horizons is underpinned by large historical and current investments in upstream natural gas and processing projects. Shell entered Equatorial Guinea in 2016 through its acquisition of BG Group. Through the acquisition it took over a long-term gas off-take agreement with Equatorial Guinea LNG.

  • agriculture farming | equatorial guinea online

    Agriculture Farming | Equatorial Guinea Online

    MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — As part of Equatorial Guinea’s (Republica de Guinea Ecuatorial) efforts to boost development of the agricultural sector in the country, President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met with the Director General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Jack Diuof, and ...

  • 3. read recent news | equatorial guinea online

    3. Read Recent News | Equatorial Guinea Online

    BG has a 17-year purchase agreement for all liquefied natural gas produced by the EGLNG facility since 2007. In addition to Shell’s heightened focus on existing activities in Equatorial Guinea’s oil and gas sector, the MoU facilitates the future entry of the firm into new hydrocarbons projects.

  • agriculture farming | equatorial guinea online

    Agriculture Farming | Equatorial Guinea Online

    MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — As part of Equatorial Guinea’s (Republica de Guinea Ecuatorial) efforts to boost development of the agricultural sector in the country, President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met with the Director General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Jack Diuof, and ...

  • 3. read recent news | equatorial guinea online

    3. Read Recent News | Equatorial Guinea Online

    BG has a 17-year purchase agreement for all liquefied natural gas produced by the EGLNG facility since 2007. In addition to Shell’s heightened focus on existing activities in Equatorial Guinea’s oil and gas sector, the MoU facilitates the future entry of the firm into new hydrocarbons projects.

  • equatorial gdp, current us$ billion 12.2 recent developments

    EQUATORIAL GDP, current US$ billion 12.2 Recent developments

    Equatorial Guinea has a track record of capacity limitations in the area of fiscal management, illustrated by large defi-cits despite high oil prices in 2012-13. However deficit reduction in 2015 was in large part due to successful reduction in spending, which declined by 25 per-cent from 2014 to 2015, including a 30

  • equatorial guinea | freedom house

    Equatorial Guinea | Freedom House

    Radio is the most influential medium in the country, and all domestic radio and television stations are owned by the government or members of the president’s family. The state broadcaster, Radio-Television Equatorial Guinea (RTVGE), operates directly under the Ministry of Information, Press, and Radio.

  • introduction

    Introduction

    Petroleum production now dominates the Equatorial Guinea economy with oil revenues accounting for over 70% of the national income and the petroleum sector is the driving force behind the ongoing growth in Equatorial Guinea's GDP and the country's rapid development.

  • equatorial guinea struggles with economy amid falling crude

    Equatorial Guinea struggles with economy amid falling crude

    Equatorial Guinea is facing economic recession due to a decline in oil revenues. The country had hoped to receive about 100 million U.S dollars from each million barrel of petrol exported. Today ...

  • oil corruption in equatorial guinea - the new york times

    Oil Corruption in Equatorial Guinea - The New York Times

    Equatorial Guinea now produces about 500,000 barrels of oil a day — almost all of it exported across the Atlantic. As oil prices surged in recent years, the trickle of wealth turned into a bonanza for Equatorial Guinea. In 2007, the government’s oil revenues swelled to $4.8 billion in 2007, from $190 million in 1993.

  • equatorial guinea - african economic outlook

    Equatorial Guinea - African Economic Outlook

    Equatorial Guinea's oil boom has brought foreign investment but it has not significantly improved life for most of the population. Youth unemployment is growing as the economy is not creating enough new jobs while the country is not teaching the right skills it needs. Overview Equatorial Guinea's economy shrank in 2010 but 2011 saw growth of 7%.

  • equatorial guinea - gecf

    Equatorial Guinea - GECF

    Equatorial Guinea is a fast growing economy due to investments in its recently discovered large reserves of oil and gas which are altering the economic and political status of the country. The upstream oil and gas industry is key to the economy of Equatorial Guinea and is growing rapidly with expanding foreign interest and investment.

  • equatorial guinea - african development bank

    Equatorial Guinea - African Development Bank

    2006. Cumulative crude oil production had decreased by 6.61 per cent the previous year, falling from 129.5 million barrels in 2005 to 120.9 million barrels in 2006. This slowdown, however, was compensated for in value by the large increase in Equatorial Guinea oil prices throughout 2006, which never fell below

  • equatorial guinea - african development bank

    Equatorial Guinea - African Development Bank

    2006. Cumulative crude oil production had decreased by 6.61 per cent the previous year, falling from 129.5 million barrels in 2005 to 120.9 million barrels in 2006. This slowdown, however, was compensated for in value by the large increase in Equatorial Guinea oil prices throughout 2006, which never fell below

  • opec : equatorial guinea

    OPEC : Equatorial Guinea

    The current President of Equatorial Guinea is HE Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. He was elected in 1979. Equatorial Guinea became a full member of OPEC on 25 May 2017. Did you know? Equatorial Guinea discovered its large oil reserves in 1996, a development that led to the economic transformation of the country.

  • equatorial guinea - oil - globalsecurity.org

    Equatorial Guinea - Oil - GlobalSecurity.org

    Equatorial Guinea is the third-largest producer of crude oil in Sub-Saharan Africa, after Nigeria and Angola. Hydrocarbons are essentially synonymous with Equatorial Guinea’s national economy ...

  • royalgate energy | equatorial guinea

    RoyalGate Energy | Equatorial Guinea

    EQUATORIAL GUINEA . RoyalGate Energy operates Block Z, with plans to develop its gas reserves, and holds an interest in Block Y in Equatorial Guinea. RoyalGate Energy signed production sharing agreements with the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy for Block Y and Block Z in April 2013.

  • china offers $2 billion to oil-rich equatorial guinea – the

    China Offers $2 Billion to Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea – The

    China Offers $2 Billion to Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea . China will offer $2 billion to help Equatorial Guinea move beyond a reliance on oil. ... This combination of oil wealth and small size (an ...

  • equatorial guinea in p.r. push to improve image | oilprice.com

    Equatorial Guinea in P.R. Push to Improve Image | OilPrice.com

    Equatorial Guinea has hired Richard Attias & Associates, a Madison Avenue-based public relations firm, to clean up the country’s image. Equatorial Guinea is Africa’s third largest producer of

  • equatorial guinea: oil and gas

    Equatorial Guinea: Oil and Gas

    Equatorial Guinea: The oil and gas that drives the Equatoguinean economy comes from three main fields: Alba, Ceiba and Zafiro, all of which are located offshore. National output stood at just 5,000 barrels a day (b/d) in 1995 but quickly increased once the country’s first big find, the Zafiro ...

  • the political economy of oil in equatorial guinea

    The Political Economy of Oil in Equatorial Guinea

    The Political Economy of Oil in Equatorial Guinea BRENDAN MCSHERRY Abstract: This paper analyzes the political economy of oil in Equatorial Guinea, one of Africa’s newest and most important oil producers. It begins with a brief history of the country and its recent experience with oil-led development.

  • equatorial guinea keen to join opec in 2017, agrees to

    Equatorial Guinea keen to join OPEC in 2017, agrees to

    Equatorial Guinea is the third largest oil and gas producer in sub-Saharan Africa. Its $10.6 billion of annual oil and gas exports account for 95% of the country’s total exports, with shipments ...

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    guineaecuatorialpress.com - Home | Facebook

    guineaecuatorialpress.com. 1K likes. Buenos días a todos Próximamente la Página Web Institucional del Gobierno, www.guineaecuatorialpress.com, en las...